Blogging with your eyes closed

I went to a 'write lovable content' blog session this evening by Parrish Wilson, hosted by mom CEO Academy. I came away thinking about why I love what I do. The variety, the clients, the flexibility. It is all that, but deeper down it is about the little karma moments, the stuff I do for clients off the clock, like while I am walking with my daughter to school, or on my bike, or having a coffee in Edgemont, and I have an "ah ha" moment, a creative thought that would do the trick, or a listening moment when someone just needs to walk through an issue and have a sounding board.  Or playing a devils advocate (something I seem to be really good at it...) I love it when I connect a client with the person who can to do this or that, and does it perfectly.  I like the way that I respect other’s work, be it their writing, their thinking, their creative ideas – I may suggest tweaking or as one lady said tonight, “She simply dusted the vase to make it shine”. Even though I do a lot of social media posting for clients, I can certainly try to add more “lovable content” into their words. I will let you know how it goes.  P.S. I wrote this with my eyes closed, one of Parrish’s tricks. (I did clean up a few of the typos though, with my eyes open!)

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Great post Sherri! I love hearing about your inspirational moments and how much you enjoy helping your clients. Please let me know if I can be of anymore support to you.

October 8, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterParrish Wilson

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